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Waking Up With Bwog: This Is Required Edition

Good morning, first years (and everyone else on campus)! Did you have fun last night? Did you attend your first Carman party, or perhaps get lit downtown on your RA night out? Regardless, we’re all in the same boat now, waking up for the first day of #required programming. So sit back, bask in your […]

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Your NS(L)OP 2017 Pregame Playlist

Your new friends already sick of your sub-par pregame playlist? Play this at the next gathering in your Carman double, and remember to email us at tips@bwog.com with your NSOP stories. Mi Gente by J Balvin & Willy William – For your roommate who’s planning on taking Spanish and French in their first semester. Strip That Down by […]

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Hot And Cold: Climate Control In Campus Dorms

Noticed a change in your room temperature lately? If so, it’s probably because the higher beings who reign over residential life have decided to celebrate the changing of the seasons by mixing up the climate-control settings on campus. We tasked Staff Writer Asya Sagnak with investigating some varying viewpoints surrounding the issue. Oh, air-conditioning. Who […]

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